Williams BLACKOUT (1980)
It is a fun game. I was made in 1980. The machine shows signs of wear but plays very good. There is wear on the playfied but it still looks good. The boards are the original and they are clean and show no signs of corrosion and appears as there has been no major damage. I consider the condition good considering the machine is 39 years old. It was a popular game and most of these games look worse. I have played a number of games on the machine and it has performed flawlessly. Sound is good and game is complete. For several Williams games (especially before 1987), Speech Processing was a separate task than Software Programming and may have been done by a different person than whom we list as having done the Software. Paul Dussault did the French Speech Processing for this game. Layout was also used on. Rowamet’s’Heavy Metal. Taito do Brasil’s 1983’Vortex. A nearly identical layout was used on. The first game designed and produced with Lane Change. Blackout was the first Williams pin game. To have computer-controlled general illumination, used for the “BLACKOUT” sequence. This was accomplished using a relay mounted to the backbox. Floor, called the G. Relay, which cut power to all playfield. An earlier game that has this feature is. Stern’s 1980’Galaxy. Which came out a few months before. With “Blackout” and later games, Williams used only two bolts even if the steel was still stamped for four holes. Artwork to the front cover page. Of the November 1968 issue of the Nick Fury, Agent of S. The item “Williams BLACKOUT (1980)” is in sale since Wednesday, May 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “stevilone” and is located in Wood Dale, Illinois. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.